Events

 

Day of Action - Wish lists and Projects 

 

 

 

Friends of Partners in Prevention to Assist with the Longview Bridges out of Poverty and Mentoring Program

Powdered lemonade and Crystal-Lite type tea

Juice boxes for children

Gallon size Zip-Loc bags

Disposable gloves

Paper products (plates, napkins, plastic ware, 16 oz. cups)

Copy paper for new mentor manuals

Gift cards to Wal-Mart to buy food items for class meals (any denomination)

Gift cards to Little Caesar’s Pizza, Church’s, or Sonic

Bottled Water

Coloring books and Crayons

Toys for ages 6 months – 5 years

Board games for ages 5 – 12

 

East Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse 

Lysol, detergent, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, paper towels, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner

Any toiletry items or household cleansers

 

East Texas Literacy Council

3X5  index cards (line or unlined)

Scotch  tape

Pencils

Pens

Copy paper (81/2 x 11)  (white, pink, blue, green, yellow)  More white than colors

Authentic HP 950, 951, 939 & 935 black and colored cartridges

70 sheet wide rule, 1 subject spiral notebooks

Tab dividers – 8 tabs, multi colored tabs preferred, clear tabs are ok

2 pkgs white card stock paper

Black and red dry erase markers

Any size binder clips

Electric pencil sharpener

1 Large wall clock

Highlighters (various colors)

Erasers

Hand sanitizers

Blue file folders

File labels

Blue pocket folders (no fasteners)

Sticky notepads

Student dictionaries

Sharpies (different colors)

Water in 5 gallon bottles

Coffee

Cream

Sugar

8 oz. Styrofoam cups

Napkins

Paper towels

Plastic eating utensils

Foam plates

Drinking cups

Coffee filters

MOP

Bleach cleaning wipes

Kleenix

Diapers (various sizes for ELA childcare)

Baby wipes (childcare)

First aid supplies

Construction paper

Crayons

Scholarships for GED tests, $36.25/each or $145 for entire GED test

 

 

Lone Star Legal Aid 
 
Coloring books and crayons
 
 
Longview Interfaith Hospitality Network, Inc. 

 

We have 2 pots that need flowers and need to be planted.

Painting of the back deck.

Supply needs:

6 - 1 inch Binders for families to be organized

6 - Binder Dividers with pockets

2 Sam Club packages of paper towels

2 Sam Club packages of Toilet Paper

Clorox Disinfectant wipes

 

Salvation Army

Parking lot cleared up and re-striped (they have necessary supplies)
They also have mulch they need put around the building 
 
 
Pathstones
 
Boxes of tissue; copy paper; post-it notes (all sizes); pens; hand sanitizer 
 
 
D.O.R.S. Youth Transtion Center
 
 We have a storage closet down the hall from our office.  We need wooden clothing rods cut to fit some specific areas and mounted so that we can hang donated clothing for our young people on these rods.  We don’t have the rods yet or the brackets.  Someone would have to bring a power saw and figure out the supplies that would be needed because I don’t think we’re best at figuring that out so that the rods will be stable.  A helper to move the clothing may be helpful. 
 
We have two wooden picnic tables on our courtyard outdoor class room.  They need to have one board replaced that has curled.  Both picnic tables need re-stained to protect the wood.  We have the stain.
 
All paper goods (plates, bowls, paper towels) and plastic ware (forks, spoons) are needed!
 
Hand sanitizer
$5.00 food gift cards
$10 Walmart gift cards
Compact umbrellas
Printer paper
Mechanical pencils
Cans of spaghetti/lasagna/beefaroni/beanie weenies

 

Twelve Way Foundation

Twin Sized sheet sets

Twin comforters

Twin blankets

Towels and washcloths

Mops and brooms

Laundry detergent

Toilet paper

Paper towels

Bleach

Glass cleaner

Trash bags (39 gallon)

Vacuum cleaner

Shower curtains

Clothing racks

Dressers and nightstands

Cleaning supplies

Floor Cleaner

Bath soap and shampoo

Deodorant

Light bulbs

Toothpaste and toothbrushes

 

Martin House Children's Advocacy Center

 juice boxes, bottled water, coloring books, school supplies, matchbox cars, nail polish, $5-$10 gift cards to Chick-fil-a, Whataburger, etc. for teens.

 

East Texas CASA

12 cases of water for volunteer training & continued ed

Walmart Gift cards - used for gas & child necessities (any denomination) 
Food Gift Cards - to limit expenses on volunteers when traveling to visit their children or when taking them out to eat.
Mixed Variety Snack Boxes - provided to volunteers during training 
2 boxes of copy paper 
8 x 11 multi colored file folders (5 boxes)
2 packages of yellow legal pads
5 multi packs of candy for volunteer training/continuing education
 
 
Longview Community Ministries 
 
Small and large size hygiene items – deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, body wash, shampoo, body lotion, bars of soap, disposable razors, etc.

Children’s new or gently used jackets, coats, scarves, hats and gloves  (no adult coats)

Canned and non-perishable food items

General office supplies – ink pens, white and color copy paper, paper clips, tape refills, etc.

Day bus passes from Longview Transit (for medical appointments only)

New plants and/or flowers for beds surrounding LCM building (see project list below)

Heavy duty metal cart with rubber tires (@ Tractor Supply store approx.  $75)

New dental chair for LEDO clinic at LCM (@ Patterson Dental Supply in Shreveport)

Commercial upright freezer (@ Kirby Restaurant Supply)

New or gently used computers for the Learning Lab at LCM

 

Projects at LCM:

General yard work and beautification around our building with new plantings 

Repaving/filling holes in our back parking lot (could be an expensive project depending on materials and equipment needed)

 

Boys & Girls Club 

Wish List: School Supplies for the following age groups

  1. Elementary
    1. Crayons, pencils, pencil sharpeners, pocket folders, pencil pen holder or box, erasers, safety scissors, construction paper, glue/glue sticks etc.
  2. Middle School
  3. Spiral note books, pocket folders, pens, pencils, erasers, pencil sharpeners, pens and pencil box, highlighters, rulers, and calculators etc.
  4. Spiral note books, loose leaf paper, pocket folders, pens, pencils, erasers, pens and pencil box, highlighters, rulers, protractors, 1-inch binders and flash drives.
  5. High School

 

Projects: The purpose of our Teen Entrepreneurship and Leadership Program “Key Stone Club” is to create and maintain high standards of character, citizenship, health and education in order for our teens to grow into responsible, productive adults. These skills are fostered through activities and experiences that promotes:

  • The development and use leadership skills.
  • Contributing to the community through service and volunteering.
  • Understanding and participating in our free enterprise system through fundraising activities.
  • Enjoying fellowship and the development self-confidence.

Project Proposal 1: Repairing of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Big Pines Concession Trailer.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Big Pines currently owns a concession trailer that’s in need of repair. Once its operational, we can use it as one of the major components of Teen Entrepreneurship and Leadership Program. The incorporation of concession trailer will allow for the Keystone Members to receive hands on business management skills while building workforce readiness skills.  

Project Proposal 2: Servicing of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Big Pines Snow Cone Machine.

One of our major activities that’s facilitate by our Keystone Club is our community outreach initiative.  Our members have agreed to adopt a park while taking on the ownership of keeping it clean, organizing recreation activities for youth while providing free refreshments (popcorn and snowcones), Currently, our Snow Cone Machine is needs servicing. Until this issue with the Snowcones Machine is addressed we are unable to provide this service to the youth.

Project Proposal 3: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention  Awareness Campaign (Service Learning Project)In collaboration with our Keystone Club, we are looking for organization to assist with creating Alcohol and Drug Prevention Posters and distribute them to other local teen centers and the middle and high school in Gregg County. 

 

 
 

 

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